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Gulfstream Aerospace

Demand for business jets will take off again on mainland, says Gulfstream

Business jet manufacturer Gulfstream forecasts that demand will pick up.

Business jet manufacturer Gulfstream forecasts that demand will pick up on the mainland after a slowdown in orders last year.

Thursday, 15 November, 2012, 11:01am

Gulfstream got its numbers wrong in private jet game

The mainland market for private jets is so highly prized by one of the industry's leading manufacturers that it would rather change the name of one of its newest aircraft than risk offending potential buyers with an unintended meaning.

10 Jul 2012 - 12:00am

Gulfstream looks to fly high in China

American business aircraft maker Gulfstream says it expects growth in orders from China to remain robust despite the bleak outlook of the global economy.

The firm, based in the state of Georgia, opened its first China office in Beijing yesterday.

8 Dec 2011 - 12:00am

Jet maker expects corporate prospects to soar on mainland

Business jet manufacturer Gulfstream Aerospace, which has a strong presence on the mainland, expects the market to grow sharply in the coming years. Gulfstream's vice-president of communications, Jeff Miller, shares his views on the mainland's business aviation market.

22 Feb 2011 - 12:00am

They're not cool here - we're into helicopters

THE world's number one sales rep for corporate jets has jetted into town, and is desperately trying to whip up business for these executive accessories.

Li Ka-shing, Stanley Ho Hung-sun, Gordon Wu Ying-sheung - these are just some of the people who haven't got a corporate jet parked at Kai Tak.

24 Feb 1994 - 12:00am